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  2. Government of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    The Government of Jharkhand also known as the State Government of Jharkhand, or locally as State Government, is the supreme governing authority of the Indian state of Jharkhand and its 24 districts. It consists of an executive, led by the Governor of Jharkhand, a judiciary and a legislative branch.

  3. List of districts of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    At the time of formation, Jharkhand state had 18 districts. Later, six more districts were carved out by reorganizing these districts. The 23rd and 24th districts- Khunti and Ramgarh (carved out of erstwhile Ranchi and Hazaribagh District respectively) were made a district on 12 September 2007. Administrative Divisions and District

  4. West Singhbhum district - Wikipedia

    West Singhbhum district forms the Southern part of the newly created Jharkhand state and is the largest district in the state. The district spreads from 21.97°N to 23.60°N and from 85.00°E to 86.90°E. The district is situated at an average height of 244 metres above sea level and covers an area of 7629.679 km².

  5. List of cities in Jharkhand by population - Wikipedia

    Constituents of urban agglomerations in Jharkhand. The constituents of urban agglomerations in Jharkhand, with a population of 1 lakh or above, are noted below: Jamshedpur Urban Agglomeration includes: * Jamshedpur (Industrial Town), Jamshedpur (NAC), Tata Nagar Railway Colony (OG), Mango (NAC), Jugsalai (M), Bagbera (CT), Chhota Gobindpur (CT), Haludbani (CT), Sarjamda (CT), Gadhra (CT ...

  6. Emblem of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    The first emblem of Jharkhand was adopted on 15 November 2000 when Jharkhand state was formed from the southern part of Bihar. This emblem consisted of an Ashoka Chakra, as depicted on the national Flag of India, surrounded by four letter Js stylised as daggers. The legend underneath, Jharkhand Sarkar, translates as Government of Jharkhand .

  7. History of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    He died in 1639 or 1640 AD. [20] He was succeeded by King Ram Shah ruled from 1640 to 1663. He built Kapilnath Temple in 1643. He succeeded by his son Raghunath Shah. Thakur Ani Nath Shahdeo bulit Jagannath temple of Ranchi in 1991. [21] Navratangarh fort. Jagannath temple at Ranchi built by king Ani Nath Shahdeo.

  8. Salaries of government officials in India - Wikipedia

    Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly and Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council. ₹350,000 (US$4,400) Maharashtra Legislative Assembly and Maharashtra Legislative Council. ₹350,000 (US$4,400) Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly and Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council. ₹350,000 (US$4,400) Gujarat Legislative Assembly.